We already told you about this Danish magazine last year for the release of the first issue. The guys of Bit it! took their time to bring the second issue but the results is a very qualitative magazine with more than 100 pages mostly focused on the Danish scene. The content is as for the first issue very interesting with many texts and big format pictures. The writers focus on the train writer Acie (16 pages !) and Trick (FYS, MOA) from Copenhagen. In the middle of the magazine BiteIt! shows us how the Tokyo streets look like with a selection of tags and throw-ups. Will Robinson-Scott, the Crack & Shine photographer, presents a few of his good pictures he took. Last but not least, the EPV crew sends a thousand handstyles and trains flicks for a 16 pages focus.